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Lauscha Flamework Vase with enamel dots
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Lauscha Flamework Vase with enamel dots
 
Lauscha
                      W. German Glass Flamework VaseDescription This lampwork glass vase is attributed to the German company Lauscha.  The company is somewhat better known for their animals and for the glass rods for lampwork.  Lampwork glass is heated with a torch and worked by hand.  One of its most notable traits is its extremely light weight.  This example is an olive green with white enamel dots as decoration.

Dimensions:  
Height about 6".

Company/Artist

  
Estimated Date: Difficult to place but circa 1970 should do.
 
Condition:  
is excellent with no damage and no repairs.

Price: 
$45 plus $5.50 for Priority Mail within the US.  Contact us if you need a quote on international shipping.

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